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's an unnamed fbi agent involved in all of this. apparently that kelley had approached and asked for his help in dealing with these anonymous e-mails. this agent also apparently became obsessed with jill kelley and was orderred off the investigation. at one point, he sent shirtless pictures of himself to jill kelley. this thing is sprawling and confu confusing. a lot of possible ini did cessions. defense officials today are denying there was any affair here between general john allen and jill kelley and saying some of the descriptions of these e-mails are mischaracterized. there's still a lot we don't know. >> it this is getting bigger. this is a much bigger story. more will be revealed. thank you very much, eamon. much of the evidence the fbi is uncovering is coming from a shared gmail account where the parties log in separately and read drafted e-mails that were never sent. those drafts were deleted, but they were still retrieved by the government. that's very interesting. they weren't even sent. so whether it's for business or personal, do we have any privacy at all in the digital world? >
involving e-mails. the fbi is apparently received 30,000 pages of e-mails between the two that were potentially inappropriate there. but kelly's relationship, whatever it was, with john allen, apparently also caused some concern with paula broadwell. broadwell is the biographer of general david petraeus, who has admitted now to having an affair with the cia director. that's brought down his career. broadwell apparently felt that jill kelly's attentions to petraeus and her social relationship with him might be a threat to her up relationship and apparently cement some e-mails to kelly. we are not clear at all on what those e-mails were all about, guys. but one of the interesting things here is the technique that broadwell and petraeus used to hide the existence of their e-mail correspondence, they opened up anonymous g mail accounts under fictitious names i and simply sent draft e-mails, compose a draft e-mail and not send it, then the other party could check that e-mail account later and find that draft e-mail and read it and delete it without actually sending it and caution the e-m
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